Cardi B says she changed the music industry: “I don’t say I pushed my way, but I definitely gave women hope”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 25: Cardi B attends STX Entertainment's "Hustlers" Photo Call at Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on August 25, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

Cardi B wants people to know what she has done to other women rappers in the music industry by walking her own way. A pioneer in placing two singles on top of the Billboard Hot 100, she believes she has been able to lend more credibility to fledgling rappers like her. “I don’t say that I paved the way for women rappers, but I definitely gave women hope. The guys weren’t collaborating with female rappers. Record labels that signed with rappel women put them on shelves and didn’t focus on them. Now give them the proper attention, ”she tweeted.

According to her, before their outburst, women rappers were viewed with contempt. Male rappers didn’t even pay them for a stake because it seemed so hard for them to do. Women accepted because they were not popular and could not “miss the opportunity”.

“You can deny how much you want and say I’m crazy, but how many women rappers before me had a chance and got investment? They didn’t believe them and now they do! Which rappers were partnering with women rappers? Which record companies were investing in women rappers? What TV shows were inviting female rappers? It’s only been two rapper women for years and one doesn’t last long, ”she wrote.

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